I was recently prescribed this medication and read the information about it. And I was confused. I will explain the reason. I do not have diabetes. Most professionals think of ozempic as diabetes medication. I have also seen reports that some patients are talking about this drug no less than "ozempic pre diabetes." In other words, it seems to be a drug ONLY for diabetics or people on the verge of the disease. And at the same time, it is ALMOST ALWAYS USED for weight loss. It seems that 80% of all reviews are about weight loss. I cannot understand why the drug is prescribed to anyone who wants to lose weight? Who can prescribe ozempic for weight loss? After all, diabetes is not always a cause of obesity. People often just overeat ( like me), move too little, or eat because of stress. And therefore suffer from obesity. Diabetes has absolutely nothing to do with mentioned things. And this drug is only for diabetics. Or is it not? Is this drug suitable for people who do not suffer from diabetes? I will thank you for your opinions and arguments. I would like to understand this issue. Thank you in advance.